A searing exposure of war profiteering, All My Sons was Miller's first Broadway success in 1947. This definitive critical edition of the play features a comprehensive commentary together with notes and questions prepared by one of the leading international Miller experts in consultation with the author's estate.
A new readable and accessible translation of Brecht's satirical masterpiece by Alistair Beaton, published to coincide with the world premiere by Shared Experience. Written by the grand master of storytelling and peopled with vivid and amusing characters, this is one of the greatest plays of the last century.
In no other play has Shakespeare created two such equally titanic personages as Rome's great soldier and statesman Mark Antony and the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. The story of their irresistible attraction, their jealous quarrels, and the effects on friends and subjects of their ruinous choices is a tale leading irretrievably to despair and defeat.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a genius, the most brilliant musician the world will ever see. But the court of 18th-century Vienna doesn't recognize his talents - only Antonio Salieri, the Court Composer, does, and he is tortured by what he hears. Seething with rage at the genius of this buffoon and aware of his own mediocrity, Salieri declares war.
This series of plays has been developed to support classroom teaching and to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum. Robert Bolt's play about Sir Thomas More has 11 male and three female parts. Classroom activities are included.